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    1894 Queen Anne Cottage designed and built by Marcuse & Remmel - Alameda, CA - January 2011

    aka Buddy, skipmoore, snapscot, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. aka Buddy 47 months ago | reply

      B&W enhances details

      Self Taught

    2. "" Irene "" 47 months ago | reply


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    3. "" Irene "" 47 months ago | reply

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    4. Howard33 47 months ago | reply

      A small, compact house on a minimum lot will be increasingly popular in the near future. Big sprawling houses on large lots are just too expensive.

    5. The.Truth.Is.Out.There [deleted] 47 months ago | reply

      nice detail - I like the carport door. I can imagine a bunch of hippies tripping in the parlor.

    6. The Real Devil Doll 47 months ago | reply

      Hahaha, well it would have to be rich hippies; houses in Alameda are ridiculously expensive!

    7. astro twilight 47 months ago | reply

      well captured! excellent processing.

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    8. pam's pics- 47 months ago | reply

      I like that you did this in B&W

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    9. love-charlie 47 months ago | reply

      Beautiful house with lots of lovely detailing and nice use of monochrome tones, interesting that it has a garage, i guess it must of been added later, I can't see Victorians needing one! lol. Nice shot.

    10. mathteacher... 47 months ago | reply

      I lived in Alameda from 1950 - 1957.....of course, I was pre-teen & don't remember anything like this.....beautiful detail work...they really care about this place....nice b&w....

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